If you haven’t personally been affected by prostate cancer you’re bound to know someone who has.
Over the years fundraisers just like you have come up with some great ideas and we look forward to hearing what you’ve got planned.
Every year, dedicated Kiwis get together to raise awareness and funds for the Prostate Cancer Foundation. Whether it’s a virtual cycle circumnavigation of NZ, face your fear challenge, a golf tourno with your mates, a friendly rugby match or workplace bake-off, it all starts with an idea.
Once you’ve registered, you will get your own online fundraising page which you can personalise, and share with your friends, whanau and colleagues. We’ll be there to help you every step of the way.
And remember, however you choose to fundraise, your efforts will help ensure Kiwi men and their families living with prostate cancer receive the support they need.
Dedicate your day
If you’ve got everything you need for your special day but don’t need another voucher or pair of socks from Nana, why not dedicate your day to Kiwi men and their families living with prostate cancer. Donation in lieu of gifts.
Organise an event
Get the team together for an event. Whether you’re hosting a movie night, creating a pop-up home restaurant, or testing each other’s knowledge with a quiz night, your support will make a difference.
Remember and celebrate a loved one.
Join an event
Hit the pedal to the metal in Pedal4Prostate, or tick something off your bucket list by jumping out of a perfectly good aeroplane in Skydive4Prostate or pick from a fantastic selection of community events.
Fundraise at work
Raising money at work is a fantastic way to get your team together for prostate cancer. It’s pretty hard to get away from a team bake-off, a social club quiz night or something as simple as a swear jar!
Fundraise at school
Get your school mates, teachers and school community together for prostate cancer. Whether you’re a teacher looking for a class activity, or a student searching for a personal project we’re here to support you with your fundraising efforts.
Whether you’re a hardened athlete, cross-fit fanatic or enjoy playing social touch rugby, taking on a physical challenge, solo or team, is a great way to get your heart pumping for prostate cancer. For some that might be signing up a corporate team for Pedal4Prostate, or completing your first-ever half marathon, or creating a workplace cross-fit challenge. The sky’s the limit, and even better if it’s a personal challenge for you.
Give it up
Kicking a habit has never been so fun, even if it’s just for a short time. What could you or your work colleagues give up, for the fight against prostate cancer?